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Home sales have been on a tear for the past six months, but the sales could slow more dramatically in some of the hottest markets come winter.
An index of so-called pending home sales from Realtors, which represents signed contracts, not closings, was basically flat in July.
Mortgage applications barely moved last week, as interest rates fell, and expectations for the Fed to raise rates in September seemed on track.
Confidence in housing may be taking a hard hit from swings in the U.S. stock market, overseas volatility and uncertainty over interest rates.
Foreclosure activity rises again, but new foreclosures are at their lowest level in almost 10 years.
As interest rates fell on concerns over China last week, mortgage refinances surged, according to the Mortgage Bankers Association.
Multifamily construction activity is above historical averages in more than one-quarter of the U.S.'s largest housing markets, according to Trulia.
After soaring sales of vacation homes in 2014, the numbers really had nowhere to go but down, and so far this year, that has been the case.
Housing starts rose in July as builders ramped up construction of single-family homes, another sign the economy is firing on almost all cylinders.
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MORTGAGE BALANCES DECLINE 55 BLN TO $8.12 TLN, FORECLOSURES AT 16- YEAR LOW IN Q2- NY FED.
After record-setting snows kept homes off the market and buyers inside, home sales in Boston were up nearly 9 percent in June from a year ago.
Total mortgage applications increased 0.1 percent from a week ago but are nearly 18 percent above year ago levels.
Miami had 1,390 sales in June, an 8.6 percent jump from a year ago and a new monthly high, beating the mark set in June 2005.